SF 340 Warning Systems

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SF 340 Warning Systems
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2011-10-02 21:04:57
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Colgan Air Saab Systems
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SF 340 Warning Systems
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  1. A single chime indicates what? 15-1
    A master caution has been activated
  2. What does a triple chime indicate? 15-1
    A master warning has been activated
  3. What warning is not overrideen by the A/P disconnect? 15-2
    Stall warning
  4. At what speed does the over speed warning sound? 15-2
    At Vmo
  5. How long will the master warning GLARESHIELD light stay on? 15-2
    Until either side master warning pushbutton is pressed
  6. How long will a master warning CWP light stay illuminated? 15-2
    As long as the conditions exists
  7. What are special alerts? 15-2
    • A/P disconnect
    • Stall warning
    • Over speed warning
    • Altitude alert
  8. What is the order Alerting Priority and Identification? 15-2
    • Stall Warning - Clacker
    • A/P disonnect - Cavalry Charge
    • Engine Fire - Fire Bell
    • Config - Intermittent Horn
    • Other Master Warnings - Triple Chime
    • Altitude Alerter - C-Chord
    • Master Cautions - Single Chime
    • Overspeed - Continuous horn
  9. How is the T/O inhibit function reset? 15-5
    By pressing the T/O inhibit pushbutton, by pressing the GND OPS pushbutton or by retracting the landing gear
  10. What does an illuminated BITE light indicate? 15-4
    Loss of redundancy in the warning enunciator system
  11. What is the purpose of T/O inhibit? 15-4
    To inhibit non essential warnings during the takeoff phase
  12. Why do the lights alternate side to side during a lamps test? 15-4
    To test each bulb individually
  13. How many bulbs are in each CWP light? 15-4
    2
  14. Which lights are not tested during a lamps test? 15-4
    Drive XFG, Gear in Transit, pressurization FAULT light
  15. In order to test the Autocoarsen light what must be done first? 15-4
    Autocoarsen switch must be set to ON
  16. What is not inhibited by the T/O inhibit? 15-4&5
    Red MASTER warnings, Gust Lock, Autocoarsen, and Parking Brake
  17. What is the purpose of the GND OPS mode? 15-5
    To avoid nuisance cautions on the ground
  18. When does the GND OPS mode automatically come on? 15-5
    On the ground after landing
  19. Will the GND OPS mode inhibit all aural cautions? 15-5
    Yes
  20. What warning is given if the aircraft begins a descent after takeoff? 15-14
    "DON'T SINK"
  21. Do Colgan Air equipped A/C have a minimums callout? 15-18
    No
  22. If airspeed is less than 178 kts and gear is not down by what altitude, when will the "too low gear" warning sound? 15-24
    500 ft RALT
  23. At what altitude is the "too low flaps" given if gear is down and locked flaps are not in the landing position? 15-25
    170 ft RALT
  24. What does moving the TAWS/FLAP switch to OVRD do? 15-25
    Simulates flaps down position to eliminate the "Too Low Flaps" callout
  25. At what altitude is the "glide slope" warning active? 15-27
    30'-1000' ft RALT
  26. At what deviation from the glide slope is the "Glide Slope" warning given? 15-27
    1.3 dots
  27. When flying at an uncontrolled field will TCAS see ALL aircraft? 15-38
    No, TCAS will only see aircraft with working transponders
  28. What must a pilot do if TCAS issues an RA? 15-41
    Must comply with the RA within 5 seconds unless it is deemed to be unsafe

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